The Hellcat kicked off the hostilities, but it didn't take long before the 'Vette jumped the bandwagon. And we're asking you to be the judge of this one. Nevertheless, it would be nice to leave any brand preference aside and focus on the stunts alone.
Now, if you're following our muscle car tales, you've probably noticed that more and more examples of 2018 Dodge Challenger Hellcat Widebody hooning occasions have shown up.
This is only normal, since customer deliveries of the fat-bodied Hellcat are now taking place at full pace. Of course, most Hellcat Widebody owners will go for more serious challenges compared to the one we have here.
Yes, we're talking about drag races. After all, the added tire width included in the Widebody package means convincing the muscle beast to get off the line isn't as difficult as in the case of the standard car.
As for how much progress the said change brings, so far we've seen a pair of drag races that pitted the Challenger against its not-so-distant high-riding sibling, the Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk (first race, second race).